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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 27th February. Before the Mayor (Dr. Molloy), and Messrs. Taylor, Stackpoole, Sayce, and Toon. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 February 1877

HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 27th February. Before the Mayor (Dr. Molloy), and Messrs. Taylor, Stackpoole, Sayce, and Toon. Baptist Bouyer was charged with using threatening language and unlawfully as saulting his wife, Mary Bouyer. The com plainant stated that she could not find any fault with her husband so long as he kept sober, but that when he got drunk he ill- treated her, and she was afraid of her life. The defendant was fined 10s and 5s costs, in default three days' imprisonment, and he was ordered to enter into his own recogniz ances of £25 to keep the peace for six months.. Mr. Taylor appeared for the com plainant. Michael McDonald v. Thomas Hawkins ; work and labor, £7 11s. 11d--0Order for the amount and 5s. costs. T. M- Kennedy v. Matilda Gill cow at .large.-Fined 2s. Gd. anul 2s. Gd. costs. Same v. Michael Salmon; horse at large. -Fined 2s. Gd. and Ps. Gd. costs. ' A second charge was withdrawn.. : Same v. Arthur Ancher; cattle at large. - Case . dismissed without co...

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THE BOROONDARA ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 February 1877

THE BOROONDARA ELECTOBATE. A meeting of the electors of Boroondara was held at the Town Hall, Hawthorn, on Thursday evening last for the purpoee of selecting a candidate to repre sent the liberal interest. Mr. James Ferguson in the chair. The Chairman having stated the object of the meeting. called upon Mr. C. Dalley to state what steps had been taken.by the committee appointed at a previous meeting. Mr. Dalley stated that`he had waited upon Mr. Knipe and upon Mr. Willder who had both expressed their willingnese to come forward as candidates; he had also waited upon Professor Pearson, who had written in reply stating that it would be neeeary for him to receive a numerously signed requisition before he could. consent to come forward as a candidate. The Chairmlan then called upon fir. Willder to aldress the meeting, who stated, that under ordinary ceilcimstances he would not have appeared before them, but circumstances had arisen which demanded that the best interests of the country s...

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BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 February 1877

BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 26th February. Present: the President (R. Laidlaw Esq.) Councillors Hoare, Smedley, Williamson,   Hummell and Delany. CORRESPONDENCE.   From J. Herlihy, asking that metal should be spread at the gully near his property on Templestowe road.—It was resolved on the motion of Councillor Williamson, seconded by Councillor Smedley, that the Engineer inspect and report. From J. Fitzsimmons, asking to have the road opened from his shop to the main road. —On the motion of Councillor Williams, seconded by Councillor Delany, the Secretary was instructed to write to Mr. Smith, requiring that the road should be opened forthwith.   The Treasurer's statement showed that the balance in bank was £135 12s. 7d., and was received. The Secretary reported that he had attended at the Heidelberg Police Court at the case of Johnson, in re the land for deviation road, and the Court had awarded £5 instead of the amount claimed, with 33s. co...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday 23rd February. Before Mr. W. Templeton, P.M. and Jas. Jamieson J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 February 1877

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday 23rd Febroary. Before Mr. W. Templeton, P.M. and Jas. Jamieson J.P. David Jeffrey appeared on warrant to answer the charge of assaulting his wife Anna Jeffrey.-It appeared they had been married some 22 years ; had always lived a cat and dog life. The wife occasionally getting too much to drink, and the husband a hard working man.--Mr. F. Stephens ap-   peared for the husband.-Fined 20s. As it was considered impossible for them to be reconciled, a charge of separate main- tenance was entered into, and an order made for 10s. a week.  

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THE DANDENONG SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 28 February 1877

i THE DANDE?iONG SHOW. Of - all- public- "gatherings --which- t-ake place during the year, in thecounties of South Boiurke and Mornington, that' which dommanuds the; largest attendance is :he annial'slihow of the Dandenongi ind SouthI Bourke Agrictiltural, Society, and the last :anniversary of the Association's first xhliibi? tion in 1871, not? only -.retained; the reputa tion of previous years-in-this respect, but outshone themiI the estimiatedI. nlumber of ppersons within the enclosure on Thursday last:being about 1500 or :1600.r This large numblier,we fdeel confident would hiave been corisiderably'raugumented by visito frs om Melliourne and otlier ineighborun places bdai sufficient publicity been given of. the show, for it is almiostunnecessary to reiirki that the show.being a.six years established fact does not fix it's annual occurrence in the memoriesiof numbers wh'lis reside ouit' ?.f;,tlhe immediate "neighborhood: -However, ithe patronage accorded.ml sti have considerably. g...

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GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, 3rd March. Before Solomon West, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and David Reid Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

GRIFFiTHSL POOINTPOLICE COURT. Saturday, 3rd March. efori Solmon n e st;Esq., J.P., Chairinan and David Reid'Esq. J.P. 'Edward' MeCausland, for' 'unlawfiillyi cutting timber. on Crown. Lands, was fined: Is.' Edward 'Ricliardson, same, fined ls. James Jefferies, swine, fined 10s. : Jilies Connor, :unlawfully'takingf timber': fro'm Crown Lands; fined is.,En ": : ".: P,.ter Dwyer, charged with being drunk and using indecent langunage was dismissed with a caution. Josepih 'Riclirdsob was summoned for; rates, £6 10s.,. a?l- an order for amount mad ~, 'i 'icosts?: ?Defidaniit pleaded that. he objected to. being prosecuted, and triedJiythe Bench;-l;one, magistrate,:bein-s a Coun?cillor"and ratepa3er, 'and' stated t`at he would resist payment to the fullest extent, even. tonvoinvingit to a;hligher court; but no notice of- appeal was given. It was proved thii?hle' liaddnotd given.ri'roticeof appeal attheproper time... ~, ' Shire Council v. Jlames W. Wood; rates, '£i I14sis Order: for amount,...

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MR. FERGUS IN AT BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

MR. FLnous 'T AT BOX HILL. Mr. Fergnsson, one of the candidates for South Bourke, met the electors of the iNunawading division in 'Barkly hall, Box Iill, on Monday night. There was a large attendance. Mr. P. Boardman was voted to the chair, and briefly introduced the candi date, who was well received. Mr. Fergusson said it was due to himself and also to the electors that he should state why he was there as a candidate opposing his old colleague Mr. Crews, and this would bring him back to the last general election when he retired from the contest rather than split the liberal interest. After that election was over, Mr. Crews voluntered to retire in his favor at the next election. That promise had been repeated again a short time since. A deputation which had waited upon him to ask him to come for ward knew that Crews had made such an offer; hence the paragraph which ap peared in the Age, stating that he had consented to stand, and that Mr. Crews woult not oppose him, but a few days a...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

To the Editor of the South Bourke and orningtoT Journal.o Sm,--A letter appeared in a late issu of the Dan d.enong Adverliser. signed "Shanid Castle," referring to tho unaccounted-for, lialance of the collection on Hospital Sunday, at the Roman Catholie Church, Pa kenham, asking to be informed what became of it; and, instead of onswering the question there appeared in alater issue of the same paper, one signed "Collin Darragh" -or, in English, Red Girl, asking the Editor of said paper to suppress any further correspondence in the matter. low, Sir, knowing the particulars of the ease, I think it would be more manly to answer Shanid Castle's question than to ask to havre the matter sup pressced--thnt is, if the party can give a satisfectory answer. There has been any amount of talk about tlhe affair sinco the collection woo made, but stilt no account of tho missing portion of tto eollection has as yct been rendered to the subscribers; therefore, Mr. EEditor, I think its time the trust...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 28th February. Before Mr. Templeton P.M. and Mr. Gleadell J. P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

RICHMOND POLICE COURT. Wednesday,' 28th February. Before Mr. Templeton P.M. and Mr. Gleadell J. P. Fredrick Hutton and Arthur Hutton were charged with assaulting Patrick Hayes; on Saturday last, at the Rose of Richmond Hotel. Mr. Gillott (who appeared for the defendants) said that the matter had been settled out of Court by the sum of £? being paid to the complainant in fill of all demands. Mr. Templeton objected.to take any cognizance of the arrangement, as the offence with which they were charged was an offence against the public as well as against the individual. Mr. Gillott con tended that as the complainant had settled his civil rihlt of action by accepting the £6, the criminal law could not be put in force for the same offence. The complainant having accepted the money did not pro secute, and, therefore, there was no pro secutor. Mr. Templeton said the com plainant had signed the charge sheet, and it would be necessary to hear the case. Patrick Hayes deposed to seeing a lot of...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

l ARKETS. EASTERN MARKET, March 3 :-Vegetables : O Is. per don bunches ; beans, kidney, 1i to02 pro, booquets, 4s to 10s per dozen; cabbaoes, 4, to do; carrots, Gd to Is per dce bunches ; cress, a?si Gd. to Sd. do.; celery, 3s. do.; cueuntob is to 2s do ; horscradish, 2s to 5S per dozen .tie: garlic, 3d perlb ;lettuces, Gd to Is per dozen; .. jortm, Sd to 9d do ; mint, Sd to d do; onons.dri. tis to Gs Gd per cwt; do, greent, Gd to par dt bunches ; parsley, lid do ; parsnips, :d to I G do peas, 2d per Ic ; potatoes, s G6d to 5is ld p r rhubarb, Is per doz bunches; radishes,6ibd, ,a sage, 8d to 9d do; shallots, 2d to 3d te, b ; sli-ar, 2d to 3d per Ib ; thyme, 8d per doz bunches ; tua, 9,1. to Is. Gd per dozen bunches. Fruit : At., :id per I. ; apticots, 24 to 31 do., a:p:e, des-u 4s. to Gs. per bushelt; d ., co king, 2s. tot3.. peaches, is to 21 per dozen ; grapes, 2d to 4d I*r gooseberries, 2d to 4d do.; mulhbenies. 3d do~;lre.. 2d to 3d do ;. plums, 2d to 3d doi; rapbhrries, i4 i.,...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 5th March. Before the Mayor, and Dr. Molloy, and Messrs. Taylor, Stackpoole and Sayce. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

POLIOE INTELLIlENCE. i -0- ....-.... HAWI TIIOIRN POLICE COURT. STdesday, 5tli ;irch:. - Before the Mayor, and Dr. .Molloy, and ' essrs.:Taylonr Stackpoole'and Sayce. Constable McClure..v. John JMackin having no name on his dray. Fined 5s., and 2s. Od.; in defaul; ,24 hours im prisonment. A.- G. Utber v. Frank Hazzard; goods and;labor, £4,2s. 0ld. Settled. Michael Cashniore, IIealth "Inspector; v. James Emery; having blown meat in his possession.: Fined 10s.,iand 20s..costs. ,T. R., Rennedy (Inspector of.lNuisances) v. Michael Hoare ; having a cow at large. Fiuied 2s: 'Od. ind is. costs. The Court then adjourned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

TH?nAT AFFECtINS AND HOAoItE?&S.- All suffer ing from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief aflorded by the use of "*Brown's Bronchial T£oches." These famous "lozenges" are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country at I: r1d. per box. People troubhid with a '" hacking cough," a "blight cold," or hbrinchial afections, can not try them too sooln, a rimilar troubles, if aelowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affetions. See that the words "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are on the Government Stamp around e?nlh box -Manufactured by John I. Brown & Sons, Boston United States. Depot, 493 Oxford-street, London, -'' |amre m Anyone To MoTHns !-are youn broken in your res by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslew'a Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless and pleasant...

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DANDENONG COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, 6th March. (Before His Honor Judge Bowman.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

DANDENONG COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, Gth March. (Before His Honor Judge Bowman.) Bowman and Co. v. Main; goods, Liii Verdict for amount and costs.-Same . James Bourke ; goods, £8 4s. 1Id. Verdit fdr amount, and costs. William Brisbane v. Henry Steele Shoe; a claim for goods. No appearance. Strcd out. George Brown v. C. H. Glaum; geo,0 £38 16s. 8d. Verdict for amount claims1 Same v. J. Noonan ; goods, £60 lie. Some objections were taken to the summn? on behalf of defendant. Mr. Casey, :r plaintiff, endeavoured to uphohld thi sumnmons, -but His Honor ruled that th objections were fatal, and lie could not di otherwise than strike out the case, allotting oily professional costs. It. Higgs v. Fletcher and Gardiner; goods, £50 10s. Defendants did not appet, and a verdict was given for plaintiff. J. TY. Beilby v. William Mc3lahen; 9 charge of trespass. There were severl other similar charges against members ' the same family. Iis TIonor thought th cases should nil be tried by a jury. h r. Case...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

. . .... t , ; ..: , : WEDNESDAY, MARUH 7, 187 7. i addressing a public meting at Ifaw thorn on Wednesday evening last, on the occasion of the oipening of-a newyState school in that : district; the. Minister , of Educationi after congratulating tose pre sent rupon 'the general appreciation of the Educlationi Act; wa., nedthe electors, as they were upon the eve of a general election, to return no man as a representa tive who was riot a friend of the Act. He said "attalchmenet itd its principles and un discguised profes?iori of the~i 'slhold be the-lIthuriel, spear, to test,alli would-be caindidates on tlie eletiion platform: Some would be fodifid'fei?cihg with the question "Are you in favor-of the present Act ?" by replying, ",The question 'of edication is settled for the iims being.'" ,Hewould assure them, that so, long as there was a powerful. organised body in the land which was the sworn foe of the Act, the-.educa. tion tuestion could never' ergarded. as setttled. -"?The frieniid...

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OPENING OF NEW STATE SCHOOL, UPPER HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

OPENING OF NEW STATE SCHOOL, UPPER HAWTHORN. The new State school at Upper Haw thorn, No. 1508, was opened on Wednesday afternoon last. Arrangements had been made to celebrate the occasion by giving the whole of the school children in the dis rint a picnic in Grace Park, which had been indly placed at the disposal of the Board of Advice, for that purpose, by Mr. Lynch. A merry-go-round, punch and judy's show, wings, cricket, and a variety of other amusements had been provided for the chil dren's benefit, and it was therefore very naturally anticipated that thIe events of tile day would be enjoyed and would lead the children long to remember the opening of rhe new school; but although the arrange nients made were most complete and success was looked forward to, with so much confi dence by all concerned, yet all were doomed to dissapointment. At the time appointed the Mayor (Mr. Cleverdon), Dr. Molloy, Mr. T. Serpell, Mr. Toon and a number of others arrived at the school to receive th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

AN A DONITION TO THE P?unran.-TherO are im postures on the market purporting to be the same as, equal or superior to a celebrated medicinal bever age of standing and excellence. These nostrums are compounded of unrectilied spirits, high wines and pernicious drugs. Of course they are hurtful in the last degree. 'The article of which they would-be rivals or imitations is UDoLPno Wor,?'a SBeieng a A0nooATIC SC?NAPPs. Valuable Discovery for the Hair.--lf your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use "The Mexi can Hair Renewer," for it willpositivelg restore in every case greyy or white hair to its origlnal colour without leaving'the disagreeable smel'o moabt '"Re etorere." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, ao well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands 'are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for " The Mexican Hair Renewer," prepared by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford-street, London, and sold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhere at 3e. Gd per bottle. W...

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THE SOUTH BOURKE ELECTION. MR. DAVIS AT DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

THE SOUTH BOURKE ELECTION. M.. . DAvIS AT. DoXCASTER. On M.ond:iy evening, last one of the candidates for the representation of South Bourke, Mr. Frederick Davis, who had previously' addressed meetings at Nunawaad ing, , ield? a meeting at the Athenmum, Doncaster, to set foitit his political views to the residents of that portion of the elector ate. The meeting was not large, but was most orderly throughout, between fifty and sixty persons being present. Mr. Wiede mann was voted to the chllair, and, request illg a patient hearing for the candidate, iitroduced Mr. Davis, who in his opening remarks, said he was like most of those present, a gardeiner by lrofession. IIe had resided twenty-eight years in the colony, during which time he had felt a lively interest min political matters. Formerly, in the old country, lie hall been a shipping clerk to one of the large firms, and it would be understood that consequently lie had received sufficient education to enable him to carry out anythi...

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TWO DEAD MEN'S STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

TWO DEAD?-MEN'S STORIES. Let us call the first dead man John Cartridge, of whom, from a penny class-book, the other day picked up on a Holborn stall, the following partien lare are learned : Served in the Peninsula, and after the battle of Toulouse,in 1814, landed, under welcom ing salute, in the bright Cove of Cork, with his regiment,:the 2nd-, in August in that year. As a sketch of Irish manners at this period, the little forgotten class-book, from which we extract in condensed form, Cartridge's military experiences valuable chiefly as an honest man's uncolourod rela tions-is not without interest. From Cork the regiment marched to Fermoy, and Cartridge, lagging behind his companions, came suddenly, at a turn of the road, on a countryman driving a cart with a colfin in it. No neighbor was with them, no mourner followed the ghastly feneral ;ut one old woman; who, with the grey hair about ner face, clung to the vehicle while the shrieked onut the keening dirge with a wild cry that th...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. -0 A meeting of thel DandonongAgricultural Society was heold on Saturday last to wind up the affairs of the show. The show financially and otherwiso was considered nmost successful, and a satisfactory settlement of the business before the-meeting was arrived at. Prizes amounting to £222 were passed for payment, as well as outstanding accounts, after the payment of which there. remains to credit a balance of £10. To this may be added the Govern ment subsidy yet to be received on the Into show, -probably £150, which forms a substantial nucleus for next year's prize fund. Mr. Henderson's exlii tion of leather at the Show was highly praised, and a special award of five guineas made. Tihe members present, after some discussion, were of opinion that a show held in November, consisting of horticullural and agricultural exhibits, &e.. and in fact, almoost every industrial production, would be a success, and it was decided that such ashow should be held under the ...

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MORNINGTON FARMERS' SOCIETY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 7 March 1877

MIORNI?NGTON FARMERS' SOCIETY SHOW. The .annual show of this Society took place on Thursday last in the yards, Gran bourne. Since last show the yards have been substantially fenced and new pens erected. For show-yards it might, perhaps, be more advantageous to the Society if instead of a picket fence a six-foot close paling fence had been erected, though it might not look so well as the present one. The iron shed in which exhibits of produce are shown is all that remains of the pre vious arrangement on the ground, and it would be a decided improvement if as much more were added to it. The appearance of the yards on Thursday indicates that the Society retains its vigor. The attendance throughout the day was very good. The exhibits were numerous-and in most classes very good-in some really first-class, and the arrangenients for the show seemed to have been well ordered. It is pleasing to find the promising young stock that is put ting in an appearance year after year, in blood and dra...

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